Recipes of All Sorts Can Be Found for Rhubarb
One of my favorite pies my Mom used to make was a Rhubarb Cream Pie. To the best of my recollection that might have been from a Betty Crocker book a long time ago.
This wasn’t a Strawberry Rhubarb Pie. It was all Rhubarb, baby, with a lattice top to it. And a tasty pie it was!
Rhubarb isn’t the most common baking ingredient, but all you Rhubarb fans are in for a treat. In surfing for trivia I came across the most amazing Rhubarb cooking and baking site imaginable, in addition to all the historical and horticultural information about Rhubarb. It has everything you could want to know about the plant, from history to growing to festivals to a library of Rhubarb cooking and baking recipes of every imaginable kind.
The Rhubarb Compendium
If you like to bake, and have a taste for Rhubarb, the above site is a must bookmark. Apart from Pies, how about Mushroom Soup with Rhubarb, or Norwegian cold Rhubarb soup with mint?
For those of you who like to cook, I imagine the recipes at this site will catch your interest.
Now get baking!
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